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As some of you have already spotted, the development of 0.9.5 version of olimpbet has started. In this post I would like to highlight some of the major features and changes expected to happen in the new version and set the projected release date...
Greeting! With this post I am pleased to announce general availability of the new Ample SDK 0.9.4 build. Main development focus was on improving the core module of the SDK - runtime, yet multiple tweaks were applied to all UI languages too..
Greetings! Today we released new version of Ample SDK - 0.9.3. The major focus was on maturing the platform core...
It is our intention to release Ample SDK 0.9.3 on 12th June 2011. The release will include...
With this post I would like to shed some light on what was being done recently in the development of Ample SDK and the dates for the release of Ample SDK 0.9.3
With this post I would like to let you know about several upcoming events for September/October where we will either be attending or presenting.
We have added a quick lookup search and commenting capabilities in tutorials.
Béla Varga made a nice 5 minutes presentation of Ample SDK platform and some of its features at the Webmontag an der Münchener Mediadesign Hochschule. Here is the video of his presentation.
As we promised at the Ajax Experience and SVG Open conferences, and later on announced in a blog post, Ample SDK is Open-Source project as of 1st November, 2009. Project Changes, New development, Testing set up, Other updates.
We are all set to go Open-Source in a couple of days
You can now start playing with Ample SDK project and its technologies without having to download and deploy the project on your site!
We've split up documentation into tutorials and reference. Now Reference contains pure API-related details, while Tutorials hosts guides and articles.
An entire week was spent on lifting up our SVG implementation for Internet Explorer. Here is the list of improvements and additions.
The drag and drop UI manager in Ample SDK is modelled after Internet Explorer's one, that had been existed in that browser for some 9 years already...
In the latest weekly build there is SMIL 3.0 selected modules implemented...
As an ongoing effort towards enabling standards-based development platform, we have made a firm decision to advice Ample SDK application developers to start using HTML5 doctype.
The Resize Manager in Ample SDK is modeled after Internet Explorer implementation with a bit of goodies added on top. It uses same resizezstart/resize/resizeend events but also makes use of CSS min-/max-|width/height properties to define constraints as well as dynamic :resize pseudo-class applied at the time of resize operation.
In the upcoming release of Ample SDK there will be JSON object support.
The order of specifying pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements in CSS to be changed.
John started working on Aptana integration plugin.
Apparently some (wink!) people have troubles understanding how DOM treats default namespaces. To clarify the issue, let us consider a piece of XML parsed in an Namespaces-aware DOM implementation.
Ample SDK is now capable of running in Adobe Air.
Recently we found out that object signature implementation was actually wrong. That is now corrected and the object signatures in Ample SDK changed.
As of the nightly build of 14th January 2009 Ample SDK gets experimental implementation of some SVG modules that work fine in IE. See the demo.